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Hospital Responds To Arrest of Worker

Edher Osrio of Princeton, an emergency room worker at the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, has been accused of forcing a female patient to improperly touch him and,…

It’s Unofficially Official: New Council Meets

They are forbidden by law to take official action until January 1. But the new Princeton Council, headed by Mayor-elect Liz Lempert, held its first preliminary meeting Monday to get…

Volunteers Still Needed To Fill Openings On Committees

The Transition Task Force’s Committees and Commissions Subcommittee met on Monday morning to discuss “filling out the complement” of committee members who will serve when consolidation becomes official on January…

Lempert Outlines Future Goals To Princeton Merchants Association

If Princeton merchants have their way, the newly consolidated government will include a commission devoted to the business community. Mayor-elect Liz Lempert, who attended a meeting of the Princeton Merchants…

Faces In A Crowd

Palmer Square was at its most festive Friday for the holiday tree lighting, an event made noteworthy by the presence of a singing Santa, who belted out songs of the…

Deer Management Program Underway in Township Parks

It’s mating season for white-tailed deer, and Princeton Township’s deer management program is underway for the twelfth consecutive year. Mark Johnson, the Township’s Animal Control Officer, said that United Bowhunters…

Volunteers Work in Princeton’s Preserves After Devastation of Superstorm Sandy

Since the destruction of Superstorm Sandy, anyone attempting to walk the paths of Princeton’s preserved woods and natural areas hasn’t gotten very far before encountering a fallen tree trunk. The…

Public Schools Fared Well During Storm; Board Hears Valley Road Building Proposal

The focus was on buildings and grounds at last week’s Board of Education meeting. Superintendent Judy Wilson and other members of the Board reiterated their thanks to the community for…

HomeFront Rallies, Despite Demands Due to the Effects of Hurricane Sandy

“Our commitment is to make sure no one is hungry, and no one is homeless in Mercer County,” observed HomeFront Founder and Executive Director Connie Mercer. “The storm just made…

Township Unanimously Approves Environmental Consultant

At its Monday evening meeting, Township Committee unanimously supported a proposal to hire an outside environmental consultant to review documents associated with AvalonBay’s plans to develop the former site of…